How to Use automatic scene detection SpeedGrade CC


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Using automatic scene detection

In this movie I'm going to show you an extremely useful feature here in SpeedGrade CC and that's the scene change detect feature. And perhaps the best way of explaining it is to show it to you and if you have access to the exercise files be sure to select that. Make sure you've selected sequences from folder and subtree, I'm going to turn off all my filtering, so I'm filtering all my files and I'm going to load up 03_02scenechangedetec.ircp. (LAUGH) we're about to change that because I'm going to come back here.

Re-filter back to my movie formats. Scroll down, and select the movie scenechangedetect.mov. Now, in order to get the scene change detect to work, I have to add it to my timeline. So I'll click the plus key. And I have added it to my timeline I press the D key to pull up my viewer and I'm going to go ahead and click play and essential what you are looking at here is an entire scene that's been rendered out as a single self contained movie. This can be e...

Using automatic scene detection
Video duration: 5m 53s 4h 55m Beginner Updated Jan 24, 2014

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Using automatic scene detection provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Patrick Inhofer as part of the Up and Running with SpeedGrade CC

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